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Bluedog is bursting with new creative and digital talent

Bluedog, a Lucid Group company, welcomes four spellbinding new additions to its team.

With a strong background in animation, Rachel Sparks joins Bluedog as a motion designer. Having previously worked in the animation industry for four years, this is her first foray into the world of pharma. Previously Rachel specialised in character 2D animation and motion graphics. Rachel comments, “At Bluedog, I’m surrounded everyday by creative, passionate and curious people who share the same desire for visual storytelling.”

Kirstin McKechnie joins Bluedog as Senior Designer. Kirstin has eight years’ experience, six of which have been in healthcare design. Her specialities lie in digital and data visualisation, but she also loves working on print and brand projects. Kirstin comments, “I’m really excited to join at a time when the company and work is growing. There is a real sense of team spirit, and always striving towards creating great design work.”

Graphic designer Emma Barranger is another new recruit to Bluedog. Emma has four years’ design experience and joins us from 90TEN, where she worked on in-house design projects including award submissions, branding, social media, new business pitches, as well as global and European client work. Emma remarks, “I love branding and I’ve always admired both Bluedog’s and Lucid’s work, so I’m thrilled to now be part of this organisation in such a creative and passionate team.”

Finally, Victoria William joins Bluedog as a senior account executive. Victoria has an MSc in cancer cell biology and two years’ experience working at an independent creative healthcare agency. Victoria comments, “I can’t wait to get stuck in. My love and curiosity for science, coupled with a passion for art and technology, make me feel like I have now found the perfect fit with Bluedog.”

If you are interested in being part of something magical, get in touch.

Contact Dan Newbury, Talent Acquisition Manager
Tel: 01494 755495

15th July 2019



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